Be part of the solution

17 February 2010.

The IACC is accepting workshop proposals from February 15 to March 31, 2010. Join leading experts from civil society, the public, and the private sectors at the 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) from November 10-13, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. At the 14th IACC, participants from the global community will produce strategies and recommendations to reset the global governance agenda for a sustainable future.

The IACC is the world premier forum that brings together heads of state, civil society and the private sector to tackle the increasingly sophisticated challenges posed by corruption. The IACC takes place every two years in a different region of the world, and attracts up to 1500 participants from over 135 countries. The conference serves as the premier global forum for networking and exchanging knowledge that are indispensable for effective advocacy and action, on a global and national level.

Ideas, Inspiration, Innovation

A fundamental feature of each IACC is the eclectic mix of up to 50 workshops and special sessions that take place during the four days of the conference. 14th IACC workshops will tackle the following global challenges:

  • Restoring trust for peace and security
  • Fuelling transparency and accountability in the natural resources and energy markets
  • Ensuring collective climate governance
  • Strengthening global action for an accountable corporate world

IACC workshops aim to stimulate debate, forge solutions and identify tangible, effective and innovative strategies to combat corruption and boost transparency and accountability standards. We welcome workshop proposals from practitioners sharing the common goal to dramatically strengthen global efforts against corruption.

The call for workshop proposals is open from 15 February to 31 March 2010. We welcome your submission, start considering your proposals now.

The 14th IACC will be jointly hosted by the IACC Council, the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Thailand, Transparency International and its local chapter Transparency Thailand